11 April 2012
Research which found that a type of caterpillar which defends itself by regurgitating on its predators is less likely to do so when in groups than alone, was covered in the 'Weird & Wild' section of National Geographic.
The research, carried out by Dr Andrew Higginson in the School of Biological Sciences with colleagues at the University of Liverpool, was published in Ecology Letters.
Full press release: Vomiting caterpillars weigh up costs and benefits of group living
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